Posts Tagged ‘ WinDoor 2017 ’

2017 Was a Hectic Year for the Industry

Dec 18th, 2017

From a new administration in Washington that’s really shaken things up in the energy-efficiency realm to devastating hurricanes that tested the limits of impact products and building codes, 2017 was quite a year for the door and window industry. Some of the biggest changes came via the legislative and regulatory regime in D.C. The election of […]

WinDoor Wraps Up on a High Note

Dec 1st, 2017

Canada’s WinDoor trade show wrapped up its three-day run at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario on Thursday with a big turnout and attendees expressing a renewed sense of enthusiasm for the event. “The show went very well,” said Martin Boulanger, the marketing director with Energi, which won a special award on Thursday for bringing […]

WinDoor Lets its Hair Down

Nov 30th, 2017

Canada’s WinDoor trade show shifted into party mode on Wednesday night as the association celebrated its 50th anniversary with a music-filled gala. DWM was there for all the awards and fun. Youtube Link

WinDoor Celebrates Past, Future

Nov 30th, 2017

The WinDoor show in Ontario shifted into celebration mode on Wednesday as Fenestration Canada threw a party for 500-plus friends to honor the association’s 50th anniversary. Billed as the Main Event, the soiree was tagged as a celebration of Canadian fenestration’s past, present and future. The WinDoor Best Booth awards were presented by DWM, and […]

WinDoor Day 1: Back to Toronto

Nov 29th, 2017

The WinDoor trade show opened on Wednesday at a new location in Toronto and with a renewed sense of enthusiasm. DWM was there for all the action. Youtube Link

WinDoor 2017 Opens in Toronto

Nov 29th, 2017

The WinDoor 2017 trade show opened today at the International Centre near Toronto with a full slate of educational programs. A lively early session tackled the testy topic of product certification. Tracy Rogers of Keystone Certifications gave attendees a quick primer in product certification, explaining that it’s a means to verify that a given manufactured […]